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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... was additional climbing available, but due to the demise in the weather, and the fact that poor Nicole was sporting flip-flops, we decided we'd leave further exploration until the following day.
We made our way back towards the bus, which collected us beside the Medeu ice rink. As numb hands were cured by the overly warm coach, we continued to admire the visible portion of the Tien Shan range as we journeyed back to downtown Almaty. Our ...
... Maintenance-if a bus could sound like it was about to blow up, this was it Green Agenda-the plooms of black smoke streaming out the back of the bus wouldn't win any awards All part of the experience though. From the village we walked 16km (10 miles) in blistering heat, up a further 1,100m along a huge water pipe (Almatys water supply from the mountains) to an altitude of 2,500m to an incredible alpine setting. With a backdrop of snow ...
Drive day through the Gobi with a stop for shopping in Dalanzagdad. Beautiful sunny weather without wind. Pretty cold in the morning with a beautiful sunrise. We are all very good at getting ready on time. Up at six and away before seven without any issues. it is a good group with everyone pitching in readily. Breakfast at a nice place with scattered boulders. Lots of fruit, canned, with yoghurt as well as toast. Very nice and we all sat around enjoying the ...
... wrong so we stopped at a place just within the gate in search for these birds. No one spoke English, the place very posh indeed with lots of cabana style places in which people ate. We figured out we were not where we wanted to be but stayed anyway for a beer and a wine . What we saved on rides we spent on drink. Much more fun! Starting to walk again after having been seated for a while hurt. A lot. Will be worse tomorrow! So right on the spot where LP had promised us ...
... most of the people at the border were oddly pleasant. A huge, muscular Kyrgyz army ofiicer brought his German Sheppard over to chat up our group. He glowed as he recounted his time undergoing military training in the US.
The trip to Almaty took several hours. The dive through the Kazak country side was quite beautiful. There was mile after mile of flower covered fields leading up to snow capped mountains. Some of the ...